Wool Dryer Balls

Premium Canadian Wool Dryer Balls


The perfect companion to our Laundry Detergent Eco-Strips, the unique, patented design of our ULAT Wool Dryer Balls maximizes drying efficiency, reducing drying time & electricity consumption, while softening your clothes – naturally.

  • Handmade in British Columbia with 100% ethically-sourced, premium Canadian wool
  • Made of 10% Lanolin, a natural fabric softener
  • Each set lasts a minimum of 100 loads, and are fully compostable
  • Unique, patented design and large size reduces drying time by as much as half
  • Please note: For use with natural fibres, such as linen, cotton, hemp and bamboo. Synthetics may cause lint and/or static. See FAQs for more info.

Sold as a Set of 3. We recommend that all three balls be used together in each load for best efficiency.

Manufactured in Canada by ULAT.

Quantity:

+ $9.99 flat rate shipping within Canada, Free for orders over $75. More info.

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Good Juju Wool Dryer Balls are:

  • 100% Ethically Sourced : Premium Canadian wool, guaranteed to be sourced without mulling
  • Energy Saving : Unique, patented design dries your clothes faster, decreasing the amount of time and electricity needed for each dryer load
  • Proudly Free From chemicals of any kind

How to Use Wool Dryer Balls / / // ///

Put all three balls in your dryer along with your washed clothes and turn on the machine. Balls will pill, which is an indication they’re working well. Feel free to remove the pills and continue to use.

To naturally scent your clothes, simply add your choice of pure essential oils to each dryer ball. Just a drop or two will do!

Dryer Balls can be used with new and older model clothers dryers, including gas and electric.

Materials // Each Wool Dryer Ball is handmade with 100% Canadian, premium wool. Canadian sheep deal with extreme temperatures and produce an abundance of buoyant, soft wool, making them ideal for our unique Wool Dryer Balls.

Wool Dryer Ball FAQ

Put all three balls in your dryer along with your washed clothes and turn on the machine. Balls will pill, which is an indication they’re working well. Feel free to remove the pills and continue to use.

Absolutely, to naturally scent your clothes, simply add your choice of pure essential oils to each dryer ball. The heat in the dryer will magnify the aroma of the scent and so please don’t over saturate each ball.

Each Wool Dryer Ball is handmade with 100% Canadian, premium wool. Canadian sheep deal with extreme temperatures and produce an abundance of buoyant, soft wool, making them ideal for our unique Wool Dryer Balls.

Dryer balls will last a minimum of 100 loads; for most this allows for years of use. Once the balls become dense or firm, it’s time for a new set. Don’t dispose, reincarnate. These make great dog toys, make a craft from them or cut them up for birds to use the inners to make nests. When your balls are not in use, keep them in a well-ventilated dry location and avoid storing them in plastic.

Wool Dryer Balls can be used with new and older models, including gas and electric. Please note the size of the load as well as the make, model and year of machine will vary the performance of your Wool Dryer Balls. Wool dryer balls can’t support condensation machines.

Wool dryer balls work best on natural fibres, such as linen, cotton, hemp and bamboo. This is because synthetics cling and pull the wool fibres from the dryer balls, causing lint and in some cases static. This isn’t harmful, but can reduce the lifespan of your Wool Dryer Balls and their effectiveness.

In general, manufacturers recommend that synthetic products be hung to dry, as the heat from the dryer can break down the non-natural fibres, decreasing their longevity. Fibre-breakage that occurs during the drying cycle will also result in the release of microplastics into our water ways during subsequent washes.

We recommend you read each label as a surprising number of clothes contain non-natural or synthetic materials.

If you have blended fibre fabrics that are more of a natural fibre than not, you should not have a lint issue. But, if the fibre content is close to a 50/50 ratio, we recommend you hang dry your synthetics.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 17 reviews
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Jessica
Second time - not sold!

This is my second round of these balls in 6 months and they don’t work well! They’re basically destroyed 2 weeks In compared to traditional wool dryer balls. I thought maybe it was just me- bought another set last month- still unimpressed!

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Danielle Tetrault
I love them!

They are so big and I love that they are cruelty free. My only complaint is that unlike other dryer balls I have used they leave wool all over my black clothing.

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Sarah Marquette
Dryer Balls

These are my best investment!! They quicken drying time and leave my clothes feel fresh and clean. Highly recommend!

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Dana Vitelli
My new favourite thing!

I absolutely LOVE my humungous Good JuJu dryer balls! I've had and used them for a good few weeks now and typically do a lot of laundry. They are terrific! So far they have remained quite fluffy, due to their larger size, they are less likely to get trapped inside shirt sleeves, and our laundry comes out with considerably less static than when I used four smaller dryer balls. I find it difficult to assess whether the dryer balls have reduced drying time given that my dryer has a sensor that stops the machine when the contents are dry and given that each load is different depending on fabrics and volume. All in all, a huge A+ from me! Big fan here!

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Sylvie Lamarre
Wish wool ball was more compressed

I’ve used smaller type dryer balls that are more compressed and hard. I did read the notes before buying about use with synthetic fabrics but I’ve never had this problem with heavier wool balls before. Lint coming off the balls all over the dryer and major static. I think a more compressed ball would help a lot. Unfortunately, I won’t be using them again

Customer Reviews

Based on 17 reviews
76%
(13)
6%
(1)
6%
(1)
6%
(1)
6%
(1)
J
Jessica
Second time - not sold!

This is my second round of these balls in 6 months and they don’t work well! They’re basically destroyed 2 weeks In compared to traditional wool dryer balls. I thought maybe it was just me- bought another set last month- still unimpressed!

D
Danielle Tetrault
I love them!

They are so big and I love that they are cruelty free. My only complaint is that unlike other dryer balls I have used they leave wool all over my black clothing.

S
Sarah Marquette
Dryer Balls

These are my best investment!! They quicken drying time and leave my clothes feel fresh and clean. Highly recommend!

D
Dana Vitelli
My new favourite thing!

I absolutely LOVE my humungous Good JuJu dryer balls! I've had and used them for a good few weeks now and typically do a lot of laundry. They are terrific! So far they have remained quite fluffy, due to their larger size, they are less likely to get trapped inside shirt sleeves, and our laundry comes out with considerably less static than when I used four smaller dryer balls. I find it difficult to assess whether the dryer balls have reduced drying time given that my dryer has a sensor that stops the machine when the contents are dry and given that each load is different depending on fabrics and volume. All in all, a huge A+ from me! Big fan here!

S
Sylvie Lamarre
Wish wool ball was more compressed

I’ve used smaller type dryer balls that are more compressed and hard. I did read the notes before buying about use with synthetic fabrics but I’ve never had this problem with heavier wool balls before. Lint coming off the balls all over the dryer and major static. I think a more compressed ball would help a lot. Unfortunately, I won’t be using them again